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to work. >>> the fbi is in charge of finding more victims of the "speed freak killers" and today agents are digging a new well. ktvu's ken pritchett is there tonight with how the fbi says they will do this the right way. ken? >> reporter: many were critical of the sheriff's department which water in charge of excavating a well last year. they did find remains but they were badly damaged and many blames the techniques that were used. the fbi says on the new well it will be different. >> reporter: you can see the fbi preparing the dig site, the excavation of a abandon well. >> this may take 2-3 weeks. >> reporter: six months of investigation led them to this well, including a visit by wesley shermantine in the fall. wesley shermantine and loren herzog are believed to have killed dozens of women. loren herzog killed himself. wesley shermantine led investigators to this well. excavated in february by the sheriff's department. remains of three women were found. two were identified but the bones were badly damaged by earth moving equipment. she was critical of the techniques used and welcomed
of powerful politicians from virginia are trying to convince the fbi to relocate to the commonwealth. share everything. share brotherly love. share one up's. mom ? mom ? the share everything plan. lets your family share a pool of data across 10 devices with unlimited talk and text. get a spectrum 2 by lg for $49.99 >> people say can we jump around? that day would go unless we take steps. >> reporter: although there is a lot of work, the mayor believes that the first concert at the new angie theatre could happen by this summer n. northeast, matt ackland, fox 5 news. >>> mayor gray made good on a bet he lost to the mayor of seattle. it was raised above the wilson building in morning. they placed a wager on last weekend's seahawk play-off game and believed they would fly over the city for a half -- a half a day. >>> mayor gray about the team name, the skins may want to change it if the team wanted to return to the district. >> and i said that is something to consider. it's a discussion point for so many people. >> and they think it's something that symbolizes 9 football team here, you know, th
for a new fbi headquarter site has started a bit of a fight between maryland and virginia and today, virginia threw a punch at. the fbi plans to leave their old headquarter building downtown. counties in virginia and maryland both would like to be the new spot. one of them is the federal gsa warehouse near springfield mall, but the by-product of the group of northern virginias top elected leaders gave a united message today to convince the fbi that the old dominion is the place that they want to be. >> if a decision is made on the merits, the merits being what's best for the country, what's best for the fbi, what's best for the fbi employees. i think that it will be in virginia. >> now congress will decide on the site requirements and then the gsa along with the fbi will pick the site, which will take several months. >>> all right, let's take a live look outside right now. topper will be back after the break. he has a full forecast for you. i can guarantee that you'll like this one. >>> and right after the break, big changes coming to sleeping pills. and it is suppose to keep us saf
just learned, good afternoon, ken. >> reporter: good afternoon, the fbi wrapped up a briefing in sacramento and what we have learned is that the fbi is now in charge of this search and the potential for digging began this morning. we are now red -- >> we are now ready to begin save excavation in the rural agricultural land of california. >> reporter: this new well site is near the well which was excavated by the san joaquin county sheriff's department. that yielded three people's bones and a fetus. they believe the killers were loren joseph herzog and wesley howard shermantine and they believe loren joseph herzog started to talk when he was in communication with the authorities. the different set of remains is still a mystery and wesley howard shermantine was escorted from death row to the linden area back in the fall. the goal is to eliminate and recover remains and no particular individual is associated with this site. to be clear we only know that this may contain remains. >> reporter: this well is 50 feet deep and the fbi expects they will be able to dig five feet a day an
obama. >>> well there is a war of sorts between virginia and maryland over just where that new fbi headquarters should be located. as peggy fox reports today, northern virginia brought out the big guns, some federal state and local leaders all who want to bring the agency to the old dominion. >> reporter: it's rare to see a diverse group like this in one place saying the same thing. >> we all worked together on this, we are a team. >> reporter: there was liberal democrat jim moran and republicans. even though that they all have sites they want the fbi to consider as it looks to leave its crumbling old headquarters downtown, virginia's elected leaders are lobbying as a united front. >> the nexus of homeland security, defense related, intelligence related and law enforcement related facilities in virginia are unrivaled in the nation. we believe that the fbi could not find a better location. >> they have chosen the warehouse site in springfield near the old mall being developed. it is near i-95 for required access and next to the metro station. >> we think that they will need to move
to clarify a thing or two, huh? okay. put any more thought into playing for the fbi team? ah, you know. i played minor league ball. the stockton rangers. my last time up at bat, pitcher's on fumes, right? throws me a gopher ball, i mean the kind of fat, slow pitch you know is going over the fence. aw... you missed it. doubled. okay. by the time i got around first, i knew in my heart i'd never be more than a mediocre single-a player. signed up for the fbi entrance exam the next day. ( bell ringing ) wait, i've seen that crest. lisa bayle's daughter goes to this school. i think she plays the violin. that's gotta be the connection the kid takes music lessons from andric. bayle and riley know the same man and they're killed the exact same way. it's not a coincidence. no. excuse me. we're with the fbi. is this mark andric's classroom? uh... yeah. he's out sick. i'm the sub. sir, i'd like to look through this drawer. is that okay with you? yeah, sure. how long you been here? just over a week. a week. fbi warrant! fbi! warrant! terry: going to the right. fbi warrant! clear! clear! terry: bedroom
's effective? >> as a reporter and as a former national security official and intelligence officer, i know f.b.i. agents who say it is the opposite of effective. it elicits bad information and skilled interrogators can get more faster through other techniques without having to touch anybody. i also had the opportunity to work with some of the very c.i.a. officers who are depicted in the interrogation scenes in the movie who say we didn't know what was going to happen. we needed to get information right away. and you can't say it doesn't work because we got information after using these enhanced techniques as they call them clinically that we weren't getting before. now we have nothing to compare it to. we didn't kind of do the control tests where we tortured them for one set of information and interrogated them for another and able to cancel that out scientifically. there's no proof it works any better than anything else and the moral question is so messy that frankly charlie at the end of all that with all the national peak i think the american people have kind of speaken on it. they don't have
of bank robbers caught in the act. tonight the fbi launches a new online assault to get these robbers off the street. it's a crime on the decline in this country, but still too many culprits are on the streets. fox 5's bob barnard has the story. >> the images you're about to see were captured on surveillance cameras that all banks have and now thanks to the fbi available all in one place for you to spy. they call is guy the hole in the wall bandit, broke into three banks in the district last summer from vacant buildings next-door, never got any cash. this man wearing an fbi ball cap robbed a wells fargo bank in adams morgan in october, 2011. >> in washington d.c. someone is wearing fbi, chances are they're not. >> reporter: tim gallagher is special agent in charge of the criminal division of the fbi's washington field office where they call this man the nats cap guy, dresses kind of snappy. >> these descriptors would help someone who may know this indivial, provide the information to us in an anonymous fashion. >> reporter: the fbi calls them unsubs, unidentified subjects now featured o
suns tovo themselveses in jihad, according to the lawyer. the f.b.i. gained access to him in late december. allowed to question him, in what some described as kangaroo court filled with protesters for three hours. law enforcement officials say he was, "probably not a big player in the attack." l others describe it as a setback to investigation that isn't progressing. >> the department of justice is quiet about this. i hope they treat it as a terrorist activity, not just police action. the lack of apparent progress is frustrating. it doesn't seem to be a priority. >> republican congressman asked the administration to cut off aid to tunisia. keep in mind since 2011, the american government has given $320 million in taxpayer dollars to the tunisia government. i find it morally wrong for a country that obstructed f.b.i. efforts to bring them to justice. >> this president is committed to ensuring that those who were responsible of the death of four americans in libya be brought to justice. >> neither the pentagon nor state department spokesman would comment on harvey's release. >> i do
's statement and as well as a link to the route on www.ktvu.com. look under today's hot topics. >>> the fbi is taking over the job of finding victims of the "speed freak killers." the excavation of a well last year uncovered a thousand bones and the remains of three victims. ktvu's ken pritchett joins us live with what the fbi announced today. >> reporter: today the fbi announced they are excavating a new well and we are a mile from that location right now as we zoom in. you can see how the machinery perhaps and the trucks there by the fbi where they were on that site today. this new well outside of linden is a quarter of a mile from the first well that was located last year, that as promised contained human remains. >> reporter: the fbi says the well is 50 feet deep and barely visible from the service. he says the well was identified after more than six months of investigation. >> information that has been supplied to the fbi by our local and state law enforcement organizations and interviews we had with wesley shermantine himself. >> reporter: wesley shermantine was brought to this area i
for human remains. which set back the f-b-i's investigation into the speed freak killings. then. a new study on earthquakes. has some scientists. changing the way they look at earthquake faults. we tell you why. >> plus. an intiative to increase the safety on the bay bridge. comes with a hefty price. that's all ahead on kron 4 news at 11. >> pam: more on a developing story. f.b.i crews may be searching a central valley well for a long time -- as they look for human remains. it is all part of the so- called 'speed-freak killers'" case. the two men blamed for a killing rampage in the 1980's and 90's. kron 4's j.r. stone has more. on the problems the f.b.i is facing. >> the fbi has been surging this abandoned well site for four days. they have been surging this the bottom of this was reached they thought that the well site said this. >> he said that it was 50 ft. deep. >> now, it is actually 200 ft. below the surface. that could be a problem if this continues hold true. >> we might only be able to excavate 5 ft. per day. >> this could take 40 days if it is 200 ft.. it is deeper than expected an
. >>> we told you yesterday here at 5:00 how the fbi is taking over the search of remains of victims of the speed killers. and today ken pritchett is live with why the fbi may be taking over that case. >> reporter: early last year shermantine threw out this map and pointed at this area. where the fbi is digging right now is not in that exact same location but they say it may not matter. it was not expected that the fbi would find anything today it could take weeks to hit bottom. it is unclear if there are any remains in this well. the victims of death row inmate wesley shermantine and the now deceased herzog. >> this is where wesley told us in march of last year where to dig. >> reporter: leonard padilla and ron dick have been in contact with shermantine who provided them this map. >> as far as places to dig in that area, there's probably 20 to 30 wells and i bet you you can find a body down in any well. >> reporter: police believe shermantine and herzog killed dozens of people in the 90s. two women were identified. that well was about a half a mile west on flood road of the new well
are following, could the fbi be making a big move. we'll have more on the fight by lawmaker to bring more jobs to the commonwealth. >> first, discussing the future of the u.s.'s involvement in afghanistan just days after it was announced that all troops could be out by 2014. this morning, president obama meets with afghanistan's president. we'll be back. >>> thank you is the last day of meetings for vice president joe briden's gun task force. he says he will have a list of proposals ready for the president by tuesday. the nra was in a meeting with vice president biden on yesterday. but after that particular meeting of course the gun lobby said, quote, we were disappointed with how little this meeting had to do with keeping our children safe and how much it had to do with an agenda to attack the second amendment. >>> the judge overseeing a preliminary hearing in the colorado movie theater shooting says the case can go to trial. judge william sylvester says there is enough evidence against james holmes for last summer's massacre in aurora. he faces up to 160 counts for allegedly killing 12 peopl
given refugee status and resettled in the u.s. were arrested and accused by the fbi of plotting to send weapons and money to al qaeda in iraq. one of the men arrested had openly discussed his prior experience as an insurgent in iraq and the ied attacks he participated against u.s. troops. the fingerprints of the other iraqi refugee charged were traced by the fbi to a component of an unexploded ied that was recovered by u.s. forces in northern iraq. in the wake of these arrests, dhs secretary janet napolitano and others have publicly acknowledged that security checks have been expanded to the more than 58,000 iraqi refugees who had already been settled in the united states. according to press reports this past february, intelligence indicates that the threat posed by refugees with ties to al qaeda is much broader than was previously believed. fbi director robert mueller stated last year during congressional testimony before the house intelligence committee that he continues to be concerned with "individuals who may have been resettled here in the united states that have some association
th. i'm gasia mikaelian, and this is bay area news at 7:00. the fbi is taking the lead tonight in the search for more possible victims. today fbi teams began excavating an abandoned well near the small town in lyn don. authorities education courted one of the speed freak killers from death row to that area and he pointed out the well as a spot where more human remains could be found. the fbi says it is not looking for any one victim in particular. >> no particular individual is associated with this site. to be clear, we only know that this may contain remains. >> the fbi -- fbi is taking over the search following criticism of the san joaquin county sheriff's office handling. the remains of two women were identified and no identity has been determined for a third set of remains. a bay area mother is waiting anxiously as that well is being excavated. wondering if her daughters' remains are at the bottom of that well. >> mckayla garrett's mother read me those words today her nine-year-old daughter wrote more than 24 years ago. early sharon found the paper in a book after a strange
.r. stone is following the story and joins us with more. >> reporter: pam, the fbi is in the early stages of this dig. what they're doing now is more preliminarysetting up a 40 foot work area for crews to safely work in. we're talking about a well that is pretty deep so they want to make sure their site is safe. this is new video into our newsroom in the last hour. you can see all of the experts there on the ground.this is something we did not see monday and most of the day tuesday. they are starting to go through that dirt. those with the fbi say the well is so small it's hard to see. they've cleared this area around it. a number of backhoes are also being used. they aren't actually digging into the well. they are digging at the areas around the abandoned well. crews who are out there are going to be hand sifting through the actual well. one that is 5 feet in diameter. this is a 50 foot deep wellsomething that is going to keep them busy for at least two weeks. those with the fbi tell me that they are down 10 feet so far. this is an operational area.in the next day or two they will start
. >>> one of the fbi's missions is to combat terrorism, but a controversial new book claims the fbi's method actually creates terrorists. we'll talk with the author and see what former fbi insider john miller has to say about >>> lawyers in oregon began choosing a jury yesterday over mohammed osman mow hamhamed. it's criticized in a new book. it's called "the terror factory." arthur trevor aaronson is here also with us senior correspondent john miller former fbi assistant director. >> thank you. >> you say you have captured few terrorists since 9/11 and manufactured many more. what does it mean to say we've manufactured terrorists or the fbi manufactures terrorists? >> many of the men that are being prosecuted for committing an act of terrorism or conspiracy to commit an act of terrorism are like mohamed mow ha mud. on their own they never had the ability to commit it. it was the fbi informant or agent who provided the bomb and all of the logistical means they needed to commit their crime. >> john, you were in the fbi. do you know many of the techniques there and especially with anti-terrori
firearms because the police can't and won't protect them. the answer is -- i have fbi crime statistics that come out of a year late, 2011, 20-plus percent crime drop in the last nine years. real violent crime because more guns means less crime. britain took the guns 15, 16 years ago. tripling of your overall crime. true we have a higher gun violence level, but overall, those men raped that woman to india to death with an iron rod 15 feet long. you can't ban the iron rods. they didn't do it, the tyrants did it. hitler took the guns, stalin took the guns, chavez took the guns, and i'm here to tell you, 1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms. it doesn't matter how many lemmings you get on the street begging to have the guns taken. we will not relinquish them. do you understand? that why you're going to fail and the establishment knows no matter how much propaganda, they will rise again when you try to take our gun. my family was at the core on both sides because santa ana came to take the guns at gonzalez, texas. piers, don't try what your ancestors did before. come to a
by al qaeda as propaganda to spark andy-uss sentiments. >>> a push to move the fbi headquarters for the commonwealth. they said the fbi's 11,000 employees to relocate. david culver is in springfield with details on the proposal and the potential relocation site. >> if fairfax county officials have it their way, this would be the new headquarters for the fbi. really this is just one of many sites being considered. in virginia alone you have fairfax, loudoun all gathering with a clear goal. the fbi's move has been in the works for a while. the current facilities too small and falling apart. they want bigger. >> they need 55 acres, 2.1 million square feet. >> reporter: and it's got to be accessible. >> no question gsa would like it to be as close to public transit as possible and not too far outside the beltway. >> this bipartisan group coordinated by jim moran, clearly pushing for virginia. while stopping short of endorsen one specific location, they did concede springfield proves to be a strong candy. >> gsa warehouse site is obviously an excellent site. it's fairfax county's pre
, could retired fbi agent bob levinson be alive after all these years, captive in iran? and is the united states doing anything about it? we have new photos tonight of levinson who vanished in iran almost six years ago. his wife christine is here and we'll hear from her in just a few seconds and plus, there's much more ahead. "on the record" starts right now. now. >> . >> greta: we've all seen that map by a new york newspaper pinpointing the addresses. and that plan is back firing, nearby inmates appear to be using that information to intimidate the guards. >> we know where you live, where your family lives. we can retaliate if we choose to. >> jodi arias facing charges that she murdered her ex-boyfriend, but her defense team argues she acted only in self-defense. >> she is changed her story, that's not consistent with self-defense. >> and there was an epic struggle in that bedroom and. >> she's the one with the-- and she's the one with the gun. come on. >> and uurookkahn was jumping for joy when he scratched off the lottery tickets, but he went to the hospital and died. >> and levels of
last february near the town of linden. now for the first time, fbi technicians are taking over from san joaquin sheriff's deputies, >> i can tell you we have the best doing this excavation. kron4's j-r stone is standing by with more from linden. >> reporter: p.m., i am standing in the exact same spot as i was, last year, pam. you can see it in the distance the silhouette, of the equipment. >> we are now working to begin a careful, methodical and save excavation of the well site and that agricultural land. >> reporter: and with that the fbi went to work in search of human remains that may have been dumped here by death row inmate wesley shermantine or the late convicted killer loren herzog? >> there is no certainty. however, there is no guarantee. >> reporter: in the distance you can see the backhoes being used. authorities have closed off a nearby road in this rural section of joaquin county. this is the closest to the search site we can get. those with the fbi say it will likely take two to three weeks to excavate this well. >> this is nearly 50 ft. deep. we might not be able to get ju
the town of linden. now for the first time, fbi technicians are taking over from san joaquin sheriff's deputies, >> i can tell you we have the best doing this excavation. >> pam: at least two dozen forensic specialists. will be working over the next two to three weeks. to excavate a well in a rural section of san joaquin county. they are searching for any traces of potential victims. crews will work from sun up to sun down. as they carefully sift through the layers of dirt. the f-b-i plans to dig about five- feet a day, to insure that little to no damage is done to the potential evidence buried there. this new sight is only a hundred yards away from where crews found more than a thousand bones last year. during a news conference today, f-b-i special agent herb brown explained how the agency would be handling the case. >> we are going to do a careful examination to make sure that all bone fragments are collected carefully. because we may not find all remains the crews will start back up again first thing tomorrow morning. meanwhile. one possible victim of the speed freak killers - is
, the family of retired fbi agent robert levenson releasing extraordinary photos of him as a hostage. he vanished into thin air on an iranian island. and two years ago, a hostage video, allegedly sent to the family, raising the possibility that he was being held by terrorists. but now, u.s. intelligence officials say the iranian government may be behind the video and the just-released photos. his wife is calling for added pressure on iran. she is here. good evening. >> hi, greta. thank you for having me. >> i am happy to have you here. every time we have you on the air, i think some day, we are going to be talking and your husband's going to be right next to you. the photos that have you released tonight give a lot of hope that your husband is still alive. i take it you believe he's still alive? >> i believe he is still alive. i believe that he is spending every waking hour making sure that he is well enough to come home to us. >> now, when you look at these pictures, do you have any idea when they may have been taken? are they dated in any way? >> i have not been able to find a date on
. as f-b-i investigators continue to dig up another site. for remains of possible victims of the so-called "speed freak killers." we have reaction on the revelation tonight from michaela garecht's mother. >> i do have a sense of relief. that is not micheala reverses' still hope. and- that perhaps there is still hope and i can still go on a living the way i have been for the last 24 years, which is still continue to look for her. ".looking for her" >> pam: garecht was only 9 - years old when she was kidnapped outside a grocery store in hayward back in 1988. meanwhile, the search for victims of the speed freak killers continues in linden. so far no human remains have been found. there is a major setback. the f-b-i says the well is deeper than they originally thought it was. they have yet to reach the bottom of the well. once they get to the bottom then they will start the process of hand sifting through the well to see if there are any human remains. we have seen the end to the rainfall with a spotty shower activity off shore. that will continue to be the case. that snowfall through t
encabezada por expertos del f-b-i. ---la fosa comun pudo haber sido cavada por los llamados asesinos de la metanfetamina, que en la decada de los 80 y 90 asesinaron a decenas de personas. blanca ---en millbrae, la policia esta en busca de la persona que disparo contra un adolescente que estudia en una preparatoria de la ciudad. take map --la menor fue hallada el sabado por la tarde con heridas de bala justo frente a la preparatoria "capuchino" de esa ciudad. take vo ---segun la policia, la victima ya se recupera de sus heridas e informaron que este tipo de incidentes con armas de fuego son muy inusuales en lo que consideran una zona relativamente pacifica. ---aun se desconoce que motiv la agresion y no hay arrestos. topvo blanca ---un grupo de ladrones se robo esta madrugada una camioneta para el cuidado de mascotas y terminaron estrellandola contra una tabaqueria ubicada sobre la calle "branham lane" en san jose. ---al estrellar los vidrios de la tienda, aparentement e los sospechosos se robaron algunos objetos. ---de acuerdo a la policia, el robo ocurrio cuando el conductor dejo el auto
security official and intelligence officer, i know f.b.i. agents who say it is the opposite of effective. it elicits bad information, and skilled interrogators can get more faster through other techniques without having to touch anybody. i also had the opportunity to work with some of the very c.i.a. officers who are depicted in the interrogation scenes in the movie who say we didn't know what was going to happen. we needed to get information right away. and you can't say it doesn't work because we got information after using these enhanced techniques as they call them clinically that we weren't getting before. now we have nothing to compare it to. we didn't kind of do the control tests where we tortured them for one set of information and interrogated them for another and able to cancel that out scientifically. there's no proof it works any better than anything else and the moral question is so messy that frankly, charlie at the end of all that with all the national peak i think the american people have kind of speaken on it. they don't have a taste for it. >> rose: what was it peter,
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. with respect to who carried it out, that's an ongoing investigation. the fbi had sent individuals to libya repeatedly. we have some very good leads, but this is not something that, you know, i'm going to be at liberty to talk about right now. >> megyn: well, that was president obama roughly ten days ago discussing the terror attack in libya that killed four americans, almost four months ago now, including our ambassador. yesterday we learned the one and only suspect in custody so far has just been released by tunisian authorities citing a lack of evidence against him. so, where exactly are we in our fight for justice against the terrorists who killed our ambassador and three others? virginia congressman frank wolf is a republican and a member of the house appropriations committee. you're upset among other things, that this country, tunisia that released our one and only suspect got 300 plus million in aid, why are we funneling aid to them. >> we should not be and they're about to become a millennium and means advantages. we should be cutting off the aid. the fbi team was there for five wee
/11 terrorist attack in 2001. the fbi suspected the american cleric anwar al awlaki may have purchased tickets for the hijackers in the months leading up to the attack. according to heavily redacted fbi records obtained by fox news and obtained by judicial watch. the visa transactions showed purchases for mohammed at that on august 13th, 2001 for an american west airlines flight from washington, d.c. to las vegas to miami. according to the joint congressional inquiry to 9/11 this is one of atta's final crucial surveillance flights. the records also list the names of others and they appear to be muscle hijackers. >> just a few months later, al awlaki is brought into the pentagon for a meeting as part of a muslim outreach program. not only do the documents show that he was buying tickets for the hijackers, it shows he was the central focus of the fbi's investigation of 9/11. >> in a statement a short time ago, the fbi cautioned against drawing conclusions about the documents saying there is no direct connection between al awlaki and 9/11. judicial watch is now asking the fbi to release a documen
but other symptoms. the advice is still get the flu vaccine. >> shep: former f.b.i. agent as far as we know someone's hostage for at least six years. u.s. officials always said terrorists were holding him, but now they say iran's government has something to do with his disappearance. this is new set of developments. plus, can drinking soda give you depression? or does depression make you drink soda? or is this just all stupid? we'll talk to doctor between that. or is it sugar or the fact that you are not napping? we'll be back. >>. >> shep: the family of a retired f.b.i. agent that just disappeared in iran has now released pictures of the guy dressed like a guantanamo bay prisoner. the family says somebody sent these photos showing the former agent robert levensonsport ago beer, wrapped in chains holding signs. one of them reads this is a result of serving 30 years for u.s.a., this i am here in guantanamo. they are stepping up efforts to find him. he vanished in 2007 while working as a private investigator after he retired from the f.b.i. last time anybody saw him was he was in iran in the
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an oil sheen that spread from marin to the bay bridge and killed dozens of birds. >>> the fbi is taking over the search for victims of the so called speed freak killers. the excavation of a well near the small town of lindon uncovered more than a thousand bones last year and the remains of at least three victims. ken pritchett was in the rural country side east of stockton where the fbi is in search of new victims. the fbi says the well they discovered is 53 feet deep and rarely visible. the well was identified after more than six months of investigation. >> information has been supplied to the fbi by our local and state law enforcement organizations. interviews with wesley shermantine himself. >> reporter: wesley shermantine was brought to the area to show investigators where more victims were buried. herzog killed himself in 2011 after shermantine said he would reveal the locations of remains. excavations of an abandoned well revealed two set of remains. >> while the goal is to locate and recover remains no particular individual is associated with this site. to be clear, we only know
. while many are happy about the f.b.i joining this investigation keep in mind this is an agency that has received bad press in recent weeksspecifically over their f.b.i. laboratory's hair and fibers unit. 21-thousand cases before 2000 are now being reviewed by the department. this is after an independent review saying that heavy machinery could have mixed the child's remains with 2 other victims. >> when they brought that big piece of equipment out there i did not pay much attention but expert says you cannot do that with a back hoe! you have to excavate with practically hand tools. >> we do know that those were shown four different sites. from was the sherman tied. while many people are happy that the fbi has joined this investigation they of received bad press specifically over the fbi of air and fibers unit 21,000 cases of 40,000 are now being reviewed by the department of justice department of justice. j.r. >>> it's back to work for congress. but whether or not any actual work will get done is still up in the air. jim acosta reports. (camera shutters) mr. speaker how are you? gonna h
dozens of birds. >>> the fbi is taking over the search for victims of the so called speed freak killers. the excavation of a well near the small town of lindon uncovered more than a thousand bones last year and the remains of at least three victims. ken pritchett was in the rural country side east of stockton where the fbi is in search of new victims. the fbi says the well they discovered is 53 feet deep and rarely visible. the well was identified after more than six months of investigation. >> information has been supplied to the fbi by our local and state law enforcement organizations. interviews with wesley shermantine himself. >> reporter: wesley shermantine was brought to the area to show investigators where more victims were buried. herzog killed himself in 2011 after shermantine said he would reveal the locations of remains. excavations of an abandoned well revealed two set of remains. >> while the goal is to locate and recover remains no particular individual is associated with this site. to be clear, we only know that this may contain remains. >> reporter: this new well the fbi
to a wide variety of government agencies and passing that onto the fbi for inclusion in its database about who can and can not buy guns. things that would indicate mental health problems, what have you. i think there are also potentially looking at recess appointing the head of the atf, the alcohol, tobacco and firearms bureau, which hasn't had a head since 2006. those are a couple of things that the white house might be looking at doing sort of on its own. bill: we're about to dive back into the debt fight and the spending issues in washington. mitch mcconnell says that will take up the next few months of time. >> yeah. bill: so you start now to see the strategy as to why the white house would pursue executive action if they follow what the president said after newtown, that he is not going to delay on this. >> right. it's been interesting. we've seen the white house of course do this. for a white house that came in, a president that came in having railed in the 2008 campaign against sort of the overreach of executive power, he has shown very little restraint in using executive power hims
, whether alcohol tobacco firearms, fbi, border patrol, no money can be spent to implement this period. >> greta: but, now he's engaged in a really ugly battle, very ugly battle. >> right. >> greta: and he's going to say that the republicans are against law enforcement, they don't want the streets, don't want the borders protected because they've cut off the funding for the border. >> on the 100th anniversary of the birth of richard nixon, nixon who did several things that got him in deep trouble would never have dreamed of the level of power grab that obama, at least according to biden and according to others, has tried to do. the same thing with the national labor relations board, decided based on obscure 1935 rule that they will be involved in nonunion companies because they've decide today reinterpret what that law means. >> greta: well, a power grab in my mind is when do you something, you simply don't have the lawful authority to do. >> he doesn't, the president doesn't. >> greta: if there's no law that he would be executing by virtue of an executive order with gun control, inste
former colleagues at the f.b.i. in fact derived one of most important pieces of information after 9/11 ought to be the most in the course of conventional interrogation, he elicited the name of mohamed fromn al-qaedaetaine ich was ally the key to finding out how the 9/11 operation was actually controlled. >> rose: how did he do that. that's only such an interesting point. >> yes. the guy that he was talking to, he used his childhood nickname. the agent i'm talking about is -- he chose the detainee i know a lot but. i know your childhood nickname. he treated him with respect although he didn't respect them personally butthat's a uful ol in interrogation. this guy this detainee was brought aboard three times and none of that produced any information of any real particular use. he did fill in some gaps but it wasn't like this critical pace of information that came from the conventional interrogation. >> rose: what do cia agents people that you know within the cia say about what they got from water boarding during those years and all of those dark places they had around the world. >> w
joaquin county sheriff's department. >> the sheriff's department asked the fbi to come in to take full commanding control. fbi does have full command and control. >> the family of the recovered bone fragsments could solve this kaichls she disappeared from a store in 1988. >> the u.s. supreme court has set a date now to take up two same-sex marriage issues. the high court hearing oral arguments march 26th and federal constitutional challenge of prop 8, ban on same-sex marriage. it was aflufd 2008. the next day, court will hear a challenge to the constitutionality of the federal defense of marriage act, banning federal benefits to married same-sex couples. >> coming up on abc 7 news at 5:00 a rare protest over a newspaper sensorship. >> also a close call on a peninsula today. >> a bike shop using wheels to send children with aids to summer camp. abc 7 news >>> two people escaped after a small plane rolled off the runway at san carlos airport. we captured video over a levy. you can see from sky 7, the plane's nose gear ended up at the edge of the bay. the aircraft registered to a man in s
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